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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

Faliero," ` Or che in cielo.' All three sang parts in the qazaytetto in the ` Puritani '-a te cara amoy talora. I am happy to say that the room was very full. On Monday, finding I must remain a few days longer, I wrote to Kenyon asking him to join me here for a jaunt into Devonshire. Either he is from home or he is coming, he might have written word. Now if your family had been in Bath he would never have lost a day, I will answer for him, but would have appeared this very evening in all his radiance. On Monday I met the Admiral much to my surprise. He had been in Bath only a couple of days, and was going into Wales for some shooting.

To Mrs Payntey at Passy.
BATH, Oct. 9 [1839]
DEAR MRS PAYNTER,
My visit to Torquay is put off until the spring ; for Hare,(1) who proposed to be there with his brother Marcus, is gone to Italy, and Marcus is come to his aunt in the Crescent. Kenyon was to have joined me either here or in Devonshire. He too, I believe, is gone to the continent. Mrs Bloomfield is now with Lady Belmore, which enlivens us a little. Rose in her last letter told me that your stay here after your return was likely to be short. I am really grieved at this-I could not quite believe it; and begged her if

1 Mr Francis Hare, a great friend of Landor's.

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